Asus bios updating utility
Don't try this unless you have a good reason to update your bios and can take the chance of killing your system (if necessary, wait until there is a better time to try this). Make sure your battery is charged and your AC adapter is plugged in before trying this. Don't try this in the middle of a lightning storm or when there are potential disruptions (wait for them to pass). If your system is having hardware problems like lock-ups, overheating, bluescreens, etc., it's more likely your bios flash will fail, so avoid flashing the bios if you see any of these problems and try to fix them first in other ways. Download the bios file for your notebook from the ASUS download site and unzip the bios file.
However, if you're the lucky owner of an ASUS motherboard, you can stay at ease, since the developers were thoughtful enough to release a specialized software solution that can automate the process and eliminate some of the risks this operation involves.Also if there is a difference between Windows 7 and 8 can this be documented. Hi Liger, It's a good question that others will probably be interested in.Can anyone from Asus confirm what other fixes are included other than the CPU throttle fix. Flashing the bios with Win7 and Win8 is not very different except maybe the process to enter the bios.Unfortunately, I don't have more information about the G750Jw 208 bios updates, so if you aren't interested in the battery performance issue I would skip it.I'll plan to edit/update this post later, but feel free to let me know if anything isn't clear. A bad bios flash can kill ('brick' in our ROG terminology) your system, so that the system no longer works and needs to be sent back for repair.